As an introvert, you’re reserved, preferring to spend time one-on-one.Known as “The Duty Fulfiller,” you’re loyal, and expect the same from others.
There are 16 distinct personality types, according to Myers-Briggs, and each one is made up of a combination of four traits, from a list of eight possibilities: extraversion (E), sensing (S), thinking (T), judgment (J), introversion (I), intuition (N), feeling (F), perception (P).
So, for example, if you're an ISTJ, then you're intuitive, sensing, thinking, judging personality, and that combination of traits predicts some oddly accurate things about you.
Because you want to know why things function the way they do, you’re probably more likely to want to talk through your relationship's problems so that you can get past it and move on to the next thing.
Your Strengths In Relationships: You’re straight to the point about everything, and can get things done.
Your Strengths In Relationships: Your way of handling things is based on your feelings about them, and you have a strong value system which everyone around you is up against.
You’re loving and giving, but your extroversion can sometimes make you exhausting in the eyes of others — even people you're dating.
You’re also obsessive and can focus on small details that, in the long run, you’ll find were a total waste of time.
But being as well-rounded as you are, you tend to get along with a lot of different personality types.
Your Strengths In Relationships: You’re an extrovert who prefers facts and figures to flights of fancy.
You also like to take charge of situations, which is why you're known as “The Guardian.” You’re dependable and realistic in terms of love, but you’ll also do anything for those people who are fortunate enough to be loved by you.
If you've been on OKCupid recently, you might have noticed that more and more people are disclosing their Myers-Briggs personality type on their profile page. And what does your Myers-Briggs type say about who you should date?